Scroll down for all today’s tips/predictions from Templegate (Steve Mullen has now replaced Steve Jones as Templegate, in The Sun). You will find Templegate’s tips here, every day, so don’t forget to bookmark the page!
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12.15 Crystal Pegasus (treble)
1.15 Music Therapist
1.50 Queen’s Order
2.20 Harvest Day
2.50 Angel’s Whisper
4.30 Mr Wagyu
1.40 Hector De Sivola
2.10 For Luck
2.40 Prophets Prayer
3.45 His Dream
4.20 Global Tour
4.50 Darling Maltaix
5.20 Gentleman Moore
5.50 Bob Pebble
4.40 Benin (nb)
5.40 Wild Hero
6.45 Mr Coco Bean
7.15 Win O’Clock
7.45 A Star Above
8.15 Alba Del Sole
nap = best bet, nb = next best
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What is Templegates Nap Of the Day?
This is what Templegate believes is his best bet of the day. You can view Templegate’s Nap of the Day further up this page marked in bold capital letters. He has approximately 24% strike rate with his NAP bets. NAP (derived from the Napoleon card game) indicates this is the most reliable selection of the day by the tipster.
What does NB Mean?
NB means “next best” and is the tipsters next most highly rated selection for the day. You can find this above marked in bold with (NB) beside the name of the chosen horse. These selections also have a high strike rate but not as high as the NAP selection.
What does Templegate’s “treble” Mean?
This means it is his third highest-rated horse of the day and is for bettors who like to place multiple bets where they place a bet on all three of his top-rated horses of the day to win, that being his NAP, NB and TREBLE horse. If all three win, you can expect a huge return but if just one loses, you win nothing.
There are different types of bets you can place such as a win only treble or an each-way treble, or if you want a more complex bet, you can bet a Trixie. A Trixie is a bet that includes three selections and four bets-three doubles and one treble. For example, a £1 Trixie would cost £4.
You could also put the three horses in a Patent bet is a bet that includes three selections and seven bets-three singles, three doubles and one triple. It is the same as a Trixie but with the addition of three single bets. So a £1 patent would cost £7.
Who is the tipster behind Templegate?
Templegate is the famous in-house tipster at the Sun newspaper in the UK. Steve Mullen is the 7th Templegate since the advent of the tipping column in the Sun. He has been in the horse racing game backing winners (and losers too!) for 35 years. He got a love for the game when he backed the winner of the Grand National with his first-ever bet. He also worked for the renowned Raceform as well as editing his own highly respected magazine “Racing Ahead”. Not only that but as a youngster growing up in the UK, he worked behind the counter at his local bookmaker office. His golden rule is to pay no attention to racecourse whispers.
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